Campaigns of the 102nd Infantry Division is a detailed World War II route map of the Ozark Division during World War II. The map shows the route taken by the 102nd Division from its landing at Cherbourg, France to V.E. Day in Germany including the link-up with Russian forces. Printed text lists the towns the 102nd Division passed through and the dates they were cleared, taken, captured, and occupied. Important highlights such as critical river crossings are also detailed.
The 102nd Infantry arrived in France on September 23, 1944, and, after a short period of training near Valognes, moved to the German-Netherlands border. On October 26th, elements attached to other divisions entered combat and on November 3rd the division assumed responsibility for the sector from the Wurm River to Waurichen. The division fought in the Rhineland and Central Europe campaigns.
Our reproduction prints are crafted from selectively chosen original maps. Each original is scanned on a high-resolution, fine-art scanner and precisely restored by hand. The graphic is printed on professional-grade matte paper using vivid, archival inks. It is carefully hand-rolled in tissue paper or plastic sleeves and mailed in heavy-duty tubes or boxes.